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. well shares spike for even further gains. the movie's or a smart use of technology, but the fund might not last. >> my take on it is that a long time ago jeff basil's went public with the idea that he would run a company his way. for along time there was a tug-of-war between him wanting to run the company and wall street wanting to write their weight. in other words, we want to see a robust bottom line. he won out. he does not have to necessarily deliver earnings as long as they know they are growing the company. the way you get to that position is deliver. part of that is to always be ahead of the curve with respect to vision. you have to admit,his is something that is a great vision and is good to have for him to articulate it, even if it is like when you think about it it may be common sense. lori: they hit a new high and pulled back. adam: maybe it is because when you look at the practicality of doing this got to have 30 minute deliveries mean that amazon or anyone else doing this would have to have inventory within 30 minutes of every potential to deliver in have to break -- built
wrong, it's about to go be wrong. melissa: very optimistic of you. >> technologically, yes, you could do this today, periodly on a one-time -- immediately on a one-time case. you can't do this with hundreds or thousands of drones making multiple deliveries. and the biggest hurdle is the regulations involved. there is no regulatory framework for this type of commerce to take place in. technology always takes place before the regulatory framework. let me give you one quick historical example, orville and wilbur wright figure out how to fly, it wasn't until 1926 when the federal government established the safety and regulatory framework that allowed commercialization of aviation. we just don't -- melissa: yeah, for sure we don't know any of these thing, but, bruce, when i saw in this, you were the first person that i thought of because i hought what fantastic marketing and advertising. if these little things are flying all over the place, and shockingly they all say amazon prime. what a marketing opportunity, right? >> jeff besos got on national television during the most important shoppin
be involved, at step one, we expect technology to function function. it's unacceptable. >> you just leave? >> you may have to wait if you go to healthcare.gov. >> i'll wait. put them on speaker phone if only on the phone. your generation won't? >> i spoke with tech experts today that said when you build a web site, it has to look good and work quickly and wok across platforms. if you go to healthcare.gov put you in a waiting room, 50,000 users at a time. >> do they pipe in music? >> i'm sure there's bad music involved. kidding. but a get your documents together and enter a an e-mail address and get a reminder to come back later. but if i'm a millenial, which i am, and i spoke to young people, they may not come back because they're impatient expect technology to work quickly. >> how many of them who have the patience to go through this go on site and say, this is not such a good deal. i've waited around for this and discovered it really wasn't worth the wait. >> that's an issue. people say the premiums are high, and we have seen the numbers. i you're young and eligible for a subsidy it may
watching them. lori: so what can you tell me about the technology? essentially data disappears after six days. you can program the time period if you want? >> exactly. in order for a message to truly self-destruction, 2 has to be anonymous, private and secure. we also, forensically wipe everything on the device after it is gone. we delete the metadata and bind the messages to the device. on top of using top secret encryption. lori: could you take a screen grab though. >> that is a really good question. in the version 2.0% releasing this coming week we actually took out the anti-tam perking, anti-screen tab technology because we wanted to prove a point that we always say this is, this is a "mission: impossible" this is sending a message, spy to spy. so really important for people to know, you never send a message to someone you don't trust. at the same time your biggest defense is plausible deniability, any screen shot can be faked and made. you don't have to do anything. lori: you have one million up loads of wicker. >> uh-huh. lori: you next plan roll out secure video and chatting. tell
as the technology required to make sure these kinds of accidents don't occur, that technology is available to prevent derailments, prevent head of hn crashes if you will. for some reason, the technology is not on a popular route like this. why is that? is it simply a matter of money? >> well, well, it is partly a matter of money. you know, these commuter lines are borderline profitable operations. if that. many of them are subsidized. but it's awfully complex, positive train control. in europe, you have monopolies that are on the rail lines. so you have one operator, one type of equipment. on the hudson valley line, you have amtrak, you have metro north, you have csx. at least three different operators, different types of equipment. and then most of all, wolf, it takes radio band to put positive train control in place. and the fcc has put a road block up on implementing it. since last may, they have not moved forward on approving applications for upwards of 20,000 new towers necessary for positive train control. it's a real problem. >> peter goelz is the former managing director of the nts
of technology that promises to light up the field on the players. connell: dress up -- what is wrong with you? dagen: or did it. every day we're working to be an even better company - and to keep our commitments. and we've made a big commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. dagen: the shopping numbers over the weekend are out. sony cannot keep microsoft at they. nicole petallides has more. nicole: no one knew what to anticipate for the holiday season, thanksgiving, black friday, the weekend that the numbers are telling over these four days and what we have seen is microsoft is outpacing sony's play station. both stocks are to the downside. sony at 1843 down 1%, microsoft down 1/3% but black friday because of x ox 1 by 2-1. in walmart and target it turns out that microsoft x box 1 and the x box 360, usually discounted, ac
technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 70% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> the district attorney in rochester, new york, followed the advice she was given on this program last night by a former upstate new york federal prosecutor. >> now to a developing story here in the city of rochester. unfair and out of line, that's what three teenerize calling their recent arrest. >> arrested in rochester, new york, last week, while committing the crime of waiting while black. >> their families athey have never been in trouble before and they shouldn't be in trouble now. >> they are members of the edison tech high school basketball team who were waiting for their school bus to take them to a scrimmage basketball game on wednesday morning. at 8:43 a.m., they were arrested and charged with disorderly condu
on walmart? >>> plus, police departments are using new technology to deal with speeders. they are firing rockets at you. i'm not kidding. that is one way to cut down on high-speed chases, right? is it safe? more money coming up. melissa: the great wage debate rages on. two d.c. walmarts open following months of controversy but the fight is not over. d.c. city council just voted to boost the city's minimum wage to 11.50 an hour by 2016. it is 8.25 right now. that is a big jump. here now the man behind the plan, d.c. city councilman, vincent orange. thanks for joining us. have you heard from walmart? they opened their doors and you guys voted to raise anyone mum wage by three bucks? >> i was with walmart at preopening atth street. i joined them this morning on the store with georgia avenue. all seems to be well. opened their stores. council voted minimum wage of $11.50. melissa: did you talk about this specifically. >> no, happy feeling last night and this morning. people know they will have minimum wage. walmart knows they will sell their wears in the district of columbia. melissa: why do
with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. dennis: the jobs market seems to be going in the right direction of that will it allow jobless benefits anyway? we have christopherodd and jaundice and do you feel based on today's numbers it was a key jobs report that first of all, to start with men of wage? raised the minimum wage? >> no reason why people who work full time should not be able to afford to live. read a living wage where peop could feel proud of what they do of what ever it is said the jobs created our service level jobs. a lot of people who have been through world war i of the unionized workers are of manufacturing paint is working in the service sector. then now these people go to work but now the government has to subsidize. stay back here is the thing. at with a wife and three children be i should not expect to work at mcdonald's and of making enough money to support the bill finally earned minimum-wage maybe i should not have had those three children. if that helps the of for the wide we just say everybody has to release 0 an hour now we solve poverty? w
are that america. >> you know, technology plays such a role in this. when you think about the rodney king case, the reason we knew about it was the then relatively new technology of home video. the reason this got national attention, these cases you know happen all over the country, no national attention. odd raw mcdonald tweeted about this story yesterday. that's how i found out about it, following her tweet. from twitter, it made its way into a national television program you know they were watching, because when the former u.s. attorney of the district comes on and tells you what he's thinking, they're taking notes. all of this happened because of the new technology we get to bring to the cases. >> frederick douglass's grave is in rochester. people think about social media and they dismiss it, like it's young people playing around on twitter and facebook, but there are social movements that occur on social media, and this is a great case in point. we can raise awareness around social injustice issues, racial bias, and we have media platforms to shine the light. >> the bad actors in those pl
's true that government cannot prevent all of the downsides of the technological change and global competition that are out there right now, but we've also seen how government action time and again can make an enormous difference in increasing opportunity and bolstering ladders into the mdle class. >> an enormous difference? i haven't seen it, have you? maybe he's talking about fdr's new deal or social security or something like that, but presently? big government and high taxati seem to be holding back the private sector and job creation. and the left seems to want it that way. yesterday, "the new york times" editorialized, "the emphasis on cutting taxes and spending that began in the reagan years is a direct result of economic insecurity now. it has led, for spm, to education cuts that have harmed children in low-income school districts. reversing those decisions can still have an enormous impact." but under president obama, america's spending more money on education than any other nation in the world. also, taxes have been going up. and we have record debt. but the left wants mo
infrastructure? >> if the engineer had dropped dead we have technology that would automatically be able to see the speed the train was traveling, be able to detect a curve and stop the train. it is an automatic brakes control the train should have had and most countries already have that. so the government has to do that because those may private sector have to think in terms of profit as opposed to their lives. the federal government has to negotiate. connell: they are already doing that in new york on metro-north, it is just not mandated yet. this happened before that went into effect. >> that is where the federal government comes in. god knows we need controls and regulation, and we have to make certain technology is there. dagen: should taxes supplement that? supplement commuter rail and those things commuters use by taxing people driving into the city. >> we would not even have to think about having additional taxes placed on taxpayers who are already overburdened if we close the loopholes that are involved, increase the taxes, lowering the taxes for the wealthiest. they should be closed.
believe that will remain and technology needs to develop to meet that base demand. >> one of the big success of smartphones is cost of data. is that going to come down? >> i think this will, of course, bring things down. we need to be more efficient in our equipment. but also the scale will push down the price of the hand sets. we made the rough calculation that will reduce the dollars on a smartphone, 100 million people on this earth can afford it. and this is a scale of markets where basically the same technology is very important. >> one of the problems i think i have is not speed. i know we talk about 3g to 4g. it's actually capacity. it doesn't matter how fast you go, if it gets full, it doesn't work, right? how is capacity going to change? >> a couple of things. first of all, you need to invest in capacity and operators in general are doing that. secondly, we that spend $5 billion u.s. a year, we need to have even more sophisticated technology that can handle more and more data loans, more and more frequencies. that's where we're doing all the time to actually capture that and
, textile production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 70% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. with investment information, risks, fees and expenses in a we believe outshining the competition tomorrow requires challenging your business inside and out today. at cognizant, we help forward-looking companies run better and run different - to give your customers every reason to keep looking for you. so if you're ready to see opportunities and see them through, we say: let's get to work. because the future belongs to those who challenge the present. >>> pretty much nothing but green across the major indexes today. >> who's benefitted most from today's rally, you ask? let's go to dominic chu for the big movers. >> looks like i wore the right color tie today. let's
technology. a 50,000-pound, ingeniously wired machine that optimizes raw data to help safely discover and maximize resources in extreme conditions. our current situation seems rather extreme. why can't we maximize our... ready. ♪ brilliant. let's get out of here. warp speed. ♪ >>> opening bell for this monday coming up in 6:30. let's start off here. >> everybody likes that. the spread between what you are getting in the united states, west texas and overseas, valero natural, that deutsche bank upgreats them. people have been talking about this trade for weeks and weeks. >> that's a big move. what's behind that move and why suddenly is everybody getting upward here? >> then, cushing got bad again. they can't export enough. the prices are plunging because there is such a bottleneck. i think the bottleneck will be alleviated. i think they recognize you are not early in the move. the big stocks like eog that have been down and down, i would rather bet on them. >> than the refiners led by valero? >> it is too late. they are all upgrading now. it has been such a obvious trade. the quart
on the "closing bell." stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the new flexcare platinum from philips sonicare and save now. philips sonicare. [ coughs, sneezes ] i have a big meeting when we land but i am so stuffed up i can't rest. [ male announcer ] nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant. [ inhales deeply ] oh. what a relief it is. >>> welcome back. at this hour president obama is touting what could be called obama care 2.0. >> you have to call it something. seems today was a bit of a reset button for signature legislation and john harwood is at the white house with more of the details. >> reporter: the president is trying to get new momentum for this law that's had so much struggle this fall. the administration aides have been making the case the last couple of days the website has been substantially fixed for most people. and the president seemed to use this appearance today to snuff out any idea which had gained
, here is my take on a fascinating story that mixes travel, technology, and standards of personal behavior. this story emerged on twitter, that in itself is a sign of our times. it's thanksgiving day, a flight delay. a woman is giving the gate agency and everybody else a hard time because she wants to be with her family. not hanging around an airport. she's obnoxious. another passenger tweets out the story as it progresses. the woman gets on board she is fuming. the flight attendant tries to placate her, not working. the guy sends out tweets, he can hear her breathing five rows back and he's the guy tweeting out the story and sends her a glass of wine, and says if she drinks it she will able to use her mouth. and it's war. she sends back her own note. i'm sorry their family, they have to deal with you. he responds with another note, this time it's obscene, please don't show it and tweets out a description of her. it's a real fight. played out via twitter to an ever larger audience as the wordz words picks up and the war on in the air. and the plane lands and she slaps his face. h
? >> craig, i imagine there's a lot of challenges are looking at. and that is really a lot of the technology here, how to stabilize that drone when a gust of wind comes by. >> there's a lot we need to learn. we will experiment a lot. we will try a lot of different things. i can imagine it costs -- any estimates about the cost? >> it's too early, taking a look at how that will impact things. let's have this conversation in a couple week. >> they spend more than 5 million on shipping alone, more than 6 billion this years, so there's money to save, for sure. >> gentlemen, thank you very much. mr. berman, we really appreciate you coming along with us today. sue, down to you. >>> thank you very much, ty. shares of twitter, which trade right behind me, taking a hit as the market ends the quiet period on twitter following the ipo. what analysts are saying about twitter's future. >>> plus autopilot on flights perhaps is all too easy, but regulators are raising concerns. phil, tell us what is going on. >> sue, the technology is more advanced than ever before, but you'll hear more than a few pilots sa
information to unsolicited e-mails. >> and coming up, is the stock market too high? ure technology panel weigh. the ceo of amazon, saying they will soon be dropping ouch their packages via -- off their pages via drones, coming up. >> from our fox business studios in new york here again is gerri willis. gerri: look at this, are we going to see it? there it is. not, not from a sci-fi movie, amazon drone called prime air, delivering items to your front door in 30 minutes or less, can it work? joining me now joe, brought me a drone. check it out, you call that a tri? >> a tri quad -- it has 3 of the 8 that jeff bezos was talking about. gerri: he said this is the next big thing for us, deliver to your door in 30 minutes or less, really? >> i am a believer, technology is is possible, it has been demonstrated in england, they delivered a domino's positive rah. gerri: one -- domino's pizza. gerri: one pizza. >> we are talking millions. >> it is not legal in u.s., if you are a hobbyist it is not. >> talk about how it might work, when i did the story this morning, on fnc, a got a tweet from a viewer say
with gyroflex 3d technology, you can get to those hard to reach places for the ultimate shave wet or dry. guaranteed. visit philips.com/upgrade now to save $30. >> according to a gallup poll taken in 2011, 57 percent of canadians are satisfied with their national health care program. it's financed through tax revenues that can reach as high as 50 percent of income. many canadians have come here for things like surgery because wait times are long. with all that in mind. jesse watters ventured out to talk with some canadians. >> socialized canadian health care, what exactly is that? >> i think our health care situation right now is pretty ridiculous. >> we pay a lot of tax but we get a lot for the tax that we pay. >> what's the highest tax bracket here in canada? >> probably 50 percent. >> 50? >> coming from a [ bleep ] homeless [ bleep ] person who gets no access to [ bleep ] health care i think it's a joke. >> you're not crazy about it, are you? >> what is your experience inter acting with the health care system? >> excellent. >> obama is trying to emulate the socialist health care. >> w
especially when it comes to technology? that's a contradiction, it, kayleigh? >> it's true that's a contradiction yet, i think that americans, one thing that we have we're well-rounded. there's an emphasis on sports, on other activities and an emphasis on entrepreneurship and all of those things combine to make a well-rounded wholesome individual. that being said the lack of academics, the lack of education can have a real effect in generations to come. if we don't remedy the issue and em bolden our schools and create well-rounded individuals it's going to hurt in the long run. >> i've got to tell you something, we've got a false security in talking technology stuff. when i go to hospitals and look at the surgeons, i see, i don't know, maybe it's because i've been to new york and california and well over 50% of the top surgeons are either-- weren't born here or their parents weren't born here. think about silicon valley for a moment and the companies created right now. about 40% are from people from outside of this country. they're begging, they're lobbying washington to let hem
international business customers on spying. the technology giant says it has never turned over any data like this under the foreign intelligence service act and cannot believe the authorities are entitled to the information if it is stored abroad. they're going to be encryptel a lot more information. there's the story about how authorities were getting around it by tapping into the weak links. i know google and yahoo! have recently moved up to encrypt that data. >> i read this and microsoft, i think they need to come down on the side of their xhrs versus the government, but i wonder how really serious they are. >> the government has put th in. >> but i think everything here is things you have to say to be politically correct. i don't even know if the customers over there are seriously squawking that much or whether they would actually -- like when cisco seemed to indicate that it had been part of their weak forecast, when an analyst actually asked on a call, was it material? no, no, it's not material. if it's not material, you're sort of still spinning. until it actually becomes something yo
in the united states. it is behind technology, even automotive customer service. citigroup among the lowest ranking states a score of 72. if you want to ride on the autobahn, it will cost you unless you are native to that country. germany conservative in sscial democrat parties reached an agreement to charge tolls to foreigners using the country's highways as part of a deal to form a governing coalition. more details will be released following a vote on december 12. expected to rise about a third of a billion dollars, $350 million in revenue for the european country. joining italy and france who already charge drivers highway tolls. and a look at how one company is helping job candidates avoid the gutter, literally. it might help save your life but not your dollars. why a healthy diet is costing consumers extra bucks every year. and see how world currencies are faring against the dollar. in today's markets, a lot can happen in a second. with fidelity's guaranteed one-second trade execution, we route your order to up to 75 market centers to look for the best possible price -- maybe even bett
! [ mainframe ] located. ge deep-sea fuel technology. a 50,000-pound, ingeniously wired machine that optimizes raw data to help safely discover and maximize resources in extreme conditions. our current situation seems rather extreme. why can't we maximize our... ready. ♪ brilliant. let's get out of here. warp speed. ♪ >>> welcome back to "weekends with alex witt". 31 past the hour. time for your fast five headlines. defense secretary chuck hagel has made an unannounced trip to afghanistan. hagel is not planning to meet with karzai during his stop >> six suspects in the truck carrying radioactive have been released from the hospital. all of them experienced symptoms of radiation exposure. >>> in the wake of last weekend's deadly rail accident, they have until tuesday to identify all lines who have speed changes of 20 miles per hour or more. the railroad is ordered to put extra operators online. >>> new mexico state police officer who shot at the van with children inside has been fired. the incident happened in october during a traffic stop dispute over a speeding ticket. >>> a woman in geor
or scarlet fever? the answer is nothing. because innovation, technology, new cures -- >> but -- >> we really -- >> the country -- >> but my point is that this innovative spirit? what is the best way to -- henry ford said if i listened to my customers i would have made a faster horse. >> americans like innovation and are jealous of their privacy. the day that we start seeing drones flying all around are the day that people are shooting down the drones. there is a town in colorado where they are giving people drone hunting licenses. this is what is fascinating about this. the march of technology intruding on privacy is coming. but the push back is coming. the push back from americans who are jealous about -- thank goodness about -- >> the criminality will come -- >> >> you can buy a drone for $1,000 now. i did a story on go pro for "60 minutes" a lot of people are attaching go pros to drones and you can get amazing footage. >> there are amazing civilian -- >> but the idea this is going to be -- how does this work? a gps coordinate? >> that's what i'm saying, the criminality that could connect
world in the way amazon is hoping to do it. >> most surprising is the fact this technology really is already here. >> i just love this. >> it's here. and the marines are using it. they'll have some advice for amazon on how to use it the weak spots, the danger points. they might have data already on the crashes. that's going to be so key to this, is safety, making sure they don't fall out of the sky or hit other aircraft or other drones. imagine fedex drones crashing into amazon drones trying to get packages to us. >> stay with us, if you will. we want to bring in james white, d.c. insiders with perspective on how this may be playing inside the beltway. if jeff bezos can leverage his pull in washington. >> i don't think he'll run pro-drone advertisement. whether that comes to play in the debate, not over the safety of the drones but private issues. ed markey has a bill dealing with the prooicy of these drones. if they're flying to your house to deliver a pizza can they look inside and see what car you like? what information retailers or am sdmron would like d
bothers me. >> of course this technology protects entire phone. in the front there is usual strong glass that protects the phone. the glass is also flexible but flex as little bit. melissa: it does but doesn't heal a little bit. that is where you need it. are you moving into that direction with the technology. >> technology might come down the road. we'll see. melissa: for sale right now. it is in hong kong or south korea, launching in hong kong? what is reaction like so far? >> the demand has been interesting from the press. we don't know exactly what the consumer response is yet. it is too early to tell that but we've got a great response from the press and trade. melissa: whht is the difference between this and samsung recently introduced its curved galaxy round? apple of course is working on something like this. what makes your different? >> this is curved from top to bottom and it is flexible. melissa: oh. show that while you're doing this. >> you can press down on it and see -- melissa: you're smashing your phone. it is not cracking and breaking. >> doesn't do anything. melissa: ye
marry that us versus them with modern technology in the fact you can speak discreetly to your own crew and stoke up your own crew, wave the flag with them, and you have the tone of the republican party today. they're largely speaking to themselves. >> yeah. and on occasion they get caught, sam. one thing i've noticed here the way howard pointed that out is yes john cornyn was a regular conservative republican until ted cruz became his running mate. driving out of circulation, it seems. >> yeah. well, listen. this is a complex matter. because to cornyn and others' credits, they were warning there would be people that would be left off of their plans or forced to cancel plans. a lot of the problems we're seeg they did warn about. however, they are taking these criticisms to a different extreme. it's one thing to warn about the rollout, about a sloppy website, about people who have canceled coverage. it's another thing to warn about big government intrusions. keep in mind, the individual mandate was a conservative idea chocked up on the heritage foundation. it's not like this was a theory
with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. ♪ lou: investigators now say the engineer who drove that new york city passenger train that derailed over the weekend may ha from the entire year. about three times what it has been back in 2008 and what was special about september? federal agencies often try to spend what is left in their budget before the fiscal year is up, which is at the end of september. well, researchers and a wife discovered a huge japanese submarine that the united states sought back in 1946 to keep its advanced technology at the hands of the soviet union. the world war ii era sub could travel one-and-a-half times around the world without refueling. imagine. well, a new book takes a fascinating look into the role of stalin in the cold war, his manipulation of the western allies in order to spread communism and extend his red empire. joining us now, florida state history professor rollup -- robert daly, the author of this book, stalin's curse, battling for communism and war in cold war, and it is now available in paperback. professor, is great to have
. stick with technology. get the new flexcare platinum from philips sonicare and save now. philips sonicare. >>> as markets try to build on friday's big gain dominic chu has stocks making big moves today. >> the deal news of the day. cisco, the food company, announcing it's merging with u.s. foods in a deal worth $3.5 billion, sent shares of cisco soaring and still up 7% on this news. given imaging is spiking more than 26% after kavidian said it's buying it. they make pills that take photo inside your body. another stock popping, twitter, up more than 9% session highs. some investors are expressing optimism about the new tools for advertising and advertisers. one other stock showing healthy momentum going into the holiday season is estee lauder. this is the sometime of year when consumers flock to cosmetic counters for holiday gifts. will all of that holiday traffic translate into profits for the perfume producer? back to you. >> we are just two weeks and two days away from christmas. kelly and i have not begun shopping yet. after a somewhat disappointing black
guns that won't show up on an xry or standard imaging technology, now that the guns that wouldn't show up on those types of devices are a reality, the gun lobby, at least a part of the gun lobby, has decided that the plastic gun ban should expire. guns everywhere. guns on planes, guns at the park, guns at the white house, guns everywhere! good luck to us all. when the plastic gun ban was initially passed in 1988, the vote in the house of representatives was 413-4. tomorrow, the house will vote again on whether or not they want to reauthorize the plastic gun ban for another ten years. this used to not be a hard decision to make. but this congress is not like other congresses. tomorrow the house will decide whether this plastic gun ban still is an easy call, even under pressure from parts of the gun lobby. good luck to us all. [ male announcer ] this duracell truck has some very special power. ♪ [ toys chattering ] it's filled with new duracell quantum batteries. [ toy meows ] [ dog whines ] [ toy meows ] these red batteries are so powerful... that this year they'll power all the hasbr
about positive train control technology. in other words, a whole mechanical thing involving gps and other things they should have in a lot of these things. apparently a lot of resistance because of cost. surely this is another moment where are going have to reconsider that. >> ntsb has made that point very heavily today they've been calling for this 20 years. >> michael, just before we go on break very quickly for folks out there who do have problems sleep whog have to adjust for schedules what's your quick advice? >> one of the things they could have done was they should really provide light therapy for these engineers in the early morning hours. since there's no night, we know that sunlight almost recently sets somebody's biological clock. they're available, light boxes. >> the work? >> absolutely. there's proven clinical data to show the work. i've used them in my patients and they work like a charm. i have plenty of patients phase delayed or phase advanced. their body clocks are out of sync and we can get them back in sync. >> you say stick to a kid yulsc. even on night shif
company looking into advancing drone technology. the u.s. naval working facility with a fuel-cell powered unmanned drone yesterday while it was propelled from a submarine. devastating ability to stream videos back the naval base in the project took less than six years to complete, relatively fast compared to traditional programs that often take decades to produce results like these. exciting stuff. adam: is a good economy are good news for the economy good news for the market? why he thinks the taper will be harmless for stocks. cheryl: congress getting in the way of business? uncertainty in washington driving companies to look overseas. that story coming up as "markets now" continues. adam: markets are rallingly on better than expected news out of jobs report. we want to head back to the floor of the new york stock exchange and nicole petallides. the dow is up what, more than 150 points at this point? >> right now 173 points to the upside. 15,994 at highest point. we did cross the 16,000 mark. we are seeing gains. saw better than expected jobs numbers for the month. so that was some good
're always interested in new technology. while we can't speculate, we can say that making every customer experience outstanding is our priority and anything we do from a technology standpoint will be with that in mind. our people have been instrumental in the success of our company over the past 40 years and will continue to be what makes fed-ex special. >> anti-drones. drones against drones. what do you think? >> drone wars. >> drone wars. >> yes. and the nsa will control them all. >> nsa knows everything. >> put in the bid and making you to first survives? like "the hunger games" of drones. nice. >> i like that. district what? >> screenplay. >> what district would that be? district 13? >> district 13. >> when we come back this morning, the retail sector outperforming the broader s&p for the month of november. is that going to continue? on this cyber monday, we will be joined by the co-ceo of warby parker. hi honey, did you get the toaster cozy? yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with new fedex one rate, i could fill a box and ship it for one flat rate. so i knit until it was full. yo
and a 30-tablet free trial. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. neil: well antithat a kick in the fannie, not only do fridy freddie mac and fannie mae avoid getting puppished for it they get rewarded for it. bank of america, is paying just freddy now, north of 400 million bucks to settle a mortgage lawsuit for misleading investors, that all but coined term, charlie gasparino said, stupidity did you not way? don't bet on it, amaze going it is. >> -- amazing. >> it is. it will keep ongoing on. you get bailed out, you wipe off debts on the book, some hedge fund managers are buying stakes in fannie and freddie. neil: i would too. >> who knows if they are ever going to get paid or profit. neil: what happens with this money that goes back and forth with finds? >> i think that federal government will keep it tragedy is that right now, the federal government is on a pr campaign saying that the banks caused financial crisis, no one but the banks and their greed, what they are missing, and trying to fool the
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them as thieves over five years that the technology guys says we told them we would take it over and add to the microsoft contacted hhs to offer technical expertise and assistance of but so far nothing. baby it is just washington and too embarrassed to return to help for the private sector? to make it is procurement. they cannot buy stakes efficiently and all people response we get a bad product. bought only both sides agree they had incompetent project managers but also does not allow the best firms to say we can get the job done. dennis: amazon also offered to help obamacare. they said i wish we could do something to help you. how do they fix this? you're not gonna writing a website maybe you should have hired amazon to do is is this maybe should have outsourced this is there the underlying arrogance and hubris because they know better than business? >> in 2006 the bush administration set up medicare party the private exchange for seniors and had some problems but got it running and today it is very good. but it aggressive management control the process to hold people accountab
... then expanded? ♪ or their new product tanked? ♪ or not? what if they embrace new technology instead? imagine a company's future with the future of trading. company profile. a research tool on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. >>> two minutes left in the trading session. this is going to look familiar. it looks a lot like yesterday. a positive opening in the morning. as we head toward the close, as europe is closing for the day, they were weak again. then we keep going south. we were down 125 at the low of the session. we have come back. but we're failing right now, at least, to finish positive. at least for the dow. the last time -- we've been pointing this out, last time we had three consecutive down days to begin a month was september of 2011 and the market was down 7% at that time. i know i'm quibbling over less than 1% at this point, but we're looking for subtle changes in the tone of this market. it's clear the momentum to the upside is waning right now. what is going on? >> i think it's the perfect reflection of a market that doesn't know what to make of the approach of tapering. the do
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tell them that people will lose their jobs if they're low-skilled or that technology is going to start replacing some of these jobs, and then you get a much different reaction from the public. you get support down in the 30% range and quite frankly, now because technology has raced ahead from where it was in the '80s and the '90s, there are jobs that are about to be replaced in fast food restaurants that are about to disappear. >> that's the risk. you may not agree with it but you've got to acknowledge that's the risk. we have a lot of small business people and franchisees on this network and they say if you raise the minimum wage for the low end workers, that's going to cut into our profits, either we raise prices of the meals we're serving or we have to lay them off. >> well, most economists think it will not have an effect on hiring so there was a big study that looked at a 15-year time span comparing counties that had raised the minimum wage and counties that hadn't and there was no effect. the chicago fed recently put out a paper saying that it would have a stimulative effect beca
buying information technologies. how we make ourselves more customer friendly. those are all things that we can improve. but the upshot is the government still does a lot of good. the last point i'll make on this is we've had a politics, frankly, the entire republican party brand since ronald reagan has been government's the problem. and if you day after day, week after week, election after election are running on that platform, and that permeates our culture and it's picked up by ordinary citizens who grow skeptical, then it's not surprising that over time trust in government declines. but as i said in a speech yesterday, the biggest issue that i see out on the horizon is how do we make sure an economy works for everybody and that every one of these young people can get a good job, pursue a career, support a family, not be loaded up by a hundred thousand dollars worth of debt. actually buy a home. how do we do those things that reduce inequality in our society and broaden opportunity? and government can't solve all of that, and we live in an economy that is global and technological
, you know, i'm not against technology. i'm not one of these people who says, oh, unmanned airplanes is really a bad thing. there will be air traffic control issues. my problem is more with surveillance for privacy reasons. not with delivering of packages. so i'm worried about the government looking into our backyard. i'm also worried about private companies looking and counting and looking in our windows. i have said previously, this has nothing to do with amazon, but that a rules on peeping toms will have to be applied to higher technology. there has to be a certain extension of your privacy. not only your house, but your yard and the things that you do that really people shouldn't be able to observe all of the time. and so there will have to be rules on private entities, but really most particularly i'm concerned about the government looking at our activities. >> we also learned this week, another revelation from edward snowden, that the nsa collects records on cell phones. 4 billion cell phone records outside the country every day. and that they can also track where those cell ph
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